10 Worst Rappers in NBA HistoryListen to hilarious verses from Shaq, Kobe, A.I. and more
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Shaq started the NBA rapper crossover trend with the surprisingly successful 1993 album Shaq Diesel, which sold a million copies. Shaq's flow as a lot like his game; pretty agile for a guy who should've been a clumsy elephant, and his admittedly pretty-bad rhymes have a likeably mushy center: Didn't live in Bel Air like the Fresh Prince / Times are hard, times are rough / Didn't have Toys R Us toys, but I had enough love." The Big Aristotle's major crime against music comes mainly from planting the 'Hey, I could do that' seed in the heads of his fellow ballers.